Tag: Primary

What to watch on N.J. Primary Day 2020

By Matt Rooney _ Tuesday evening might offer the most anti-climactic primary night in memory, Save Jerseyans, since no one knows how the slow-roll of a mostly mail-in ballot election will play out.  Here’s what I’ll be looking for on Read More

“Swamp creature,” “filthy” insults fly in hyper-personal NJ-05 GOP primary

HACKENSACK, N.J. – Not dissimilar to what’s happening down in South Jersey’s 3rd District, this year’s NJ-05 GOP primary isn’t being decided on the issues so much as a hyper-personal brawl between the primary combatants representing different factions inside of Read More

Mistake? Hundreds of Somerset County Republicans in a single town received Democrat ballots

BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. – Don’t think remote elections are good policy? Fears that New Jersey’s all (or mostly) mail-in ballot primary election won’t be successful were already validated this week in one Somerset County community. In strongly-Republican Bernardsville, as many as Read More

4 reasons why vote-by-mail elections are still a terrible idea

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey’s rescheduled July 2020 primary will be conducted mostly by mail. Murphy likes it. The Karens love it. Should you? – Here are four solid, valid, inarguable reasons to oppose this idea: – (1) In-person Read More

Super Tuesday: Did Democrats really reject socialism? Or being honest about liking it?

By Matt Rooney _ I had sincere mixed emotions on Super Tuesday evenings, Save Jerseyans. As a Republican? Bernie is probably a bit more beatable than Uncle Joe in the electoral college. – As an American? I never want to Read More